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Get ready to explore fascinating Jewish culture in Budapest, by following your private guide who will share all you need to know on this topic. For example, did you know that Jews first appeared in Buda around 1250, and like in many other European cities, they were struggling against discrimination throughout the Middle Ages.
Discover the Jewish Quarter in Budapest which is located in the City Center on our unique walking tour and dive into history behind three major religious wings of Budapest - Neologue, Status Quo Ante and Orthodox.
During a walk through the Jewish Quarter you will see:
Dohany street synagogue: Also known as The Great Synagogue or Tabakgasse Synagogue, is the largest synagogue in Europe and the second largest in the world.
Kazinczy utcai synagogue: It was completed between 1912 and 1913, designed with decorative stonework and amazing glass windows painted by Miksa Róth.
Rumbach Street Synagogue: It was built in 1872 to the design of the Viennese architect Otto Wagner.
Gozsdu Courtyard: Once the centre of Budapest's Jewish quarter, today is a place popular among locals, because of numerous restaurants and bars.
Wallenberg Memorial Park: The Memorial of the 400,000 Hungarian Jewish Martyrs, who were murdered by the Nazis.
Last piece of ghetto wall: Symbolic of the one that kept Budapest's Jews inside this district during World War II